“Give a Hoot! Don’t Pollute!”

Once more and I know I’ll probably have this feeling all month.
I feel like such a slacker.

Today, I picked up some trash while we were out.

I usually do that when I see something glaring out at me, especially if there’s a waste bin nearby. But of course, today everything seemed unusually clean.

I said that I feel like a slacker because I really want to do more than just the “bare minimum.” I’m reminded of my High School days when we were assigned to all school clean ups around campus or when I would volunteer with my sorority to pick up trash near the river. That actually felt like we were accomplishing something.

But then that’s the point isn’t it?

It’s the little things that really make the difference.

My Grandfather always stressed the importance of not littering and picking up trash.
Especially if it’s on your property or the property of a loved ones.
Something I try to adhere to, to this day.

So, I’ll leave you with these immortal words from
Woodsy Owl.

“Give a Hoot, Don’t Pollute!”

Thank you for Reading!

Post Script

From The Random Act of Kindness Foundation:

Day 02 : Write a letter and send it by mail.


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